Reds now on City's level, says Klopp despite loss

Sheila Mcguire
January 8, 2019

Liverpool FC are still looking to take home their first major trophy under Klopp since his appointment back in October 2015.

Klopp conceded that he was expecting a whole lot more from Keita in the future and admitted that the midfield dynamo had yet to match his best Bundesliga form on English soil. That's how it sometimes is [that Keita hasn't featured of late]. Everything is fine. I am completely happy with Naby. He is an incredible, confident young fella and is really a good player on top of that. No, but he's still adapting, that's how it is.

"It's great to see because we moan about English players getting their chance". In the back of our minds, we knew we would lose a game eventually because football is like that. Then a little injury here, a little injury there and it was kind of a little setback.

"It is just a joy to watch him. There is really no doubt about the boy, he is an outstanding player".

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The City boss said: "I would like to have two months' holiday right now, definitely - this month is really tough, but it is what it is".

"We know it's a fantastic team and manager". That's clear. We came through the intense period now somehow OK, but of course we have to make changes.

Another of those is Adam Lallana, who has also had his struggles with injuries.

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Pep Guardiola has already started the mind games by questioning whether Liverpool have the bottle to win their first league title since 1990.

Since then, Sane has been much closer to the buccaneering force who played a major role in their title success and City have opened talks over an extension to a contract that expires in 2021. "I am pretty sure of that". I asked everybody, no signs, nothing, just out of the blue, so that's the decision you have to make. If you are in or out or whatever, do you want to change something and do more?

Guardiola feels Thursday's performance has got City's season back on the rails after three costly defeats in the space of four games in December.

"But City lost their unbeaten record at Anfield last season - and at the same time of year - and they responded by going on another long run of winning games".

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